9595 S Eastern Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89123
Phone: (702) 646-9403
Fax: (702) 646-9403
Grimaldi's Pizzeria - Green Valley
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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04/04/2012Provided by Citysearch -
All pizzas come with no toppings, the toppings are extra? Does that mean that if you order ketchup they won’t give you the bottle; they will bring it as a side dish and charge you? For the price we paid for two pizzas’ we could have had a steak dinner for three! The tables are so jammed together it's ridiculous. The waiters are very rude, they could not get our order or simple requests right. I was so disgusted and I would never go back to that place again…...
09/24/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I was very excited to see that a pizzeria with Brooklyn ties was near my office, so I decided to give Grimaldi's a try. The pizza wasn't good. The sauce tasted like it came from a can, and was very thinly spread on the pizza. The cheese was okay, but not good enough to save the pizza. The sausage was pretty good. The crust was thin, like it should be on a Brooklyn Pizza, but it wasn't ""soft"". It wasn't hot when I arrived at the time they said it would be ready, it obviously had been in a hot oven because the crust was slightly burnt. The pizza would be mediocre if served by a chain, and for nearly $20 it rates poorly with me.
03/29/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We went to Grimaldi's after hearing and reading about how wonderful the pizza was...... and some friends also said they enjoyed it. We are from Chicago. OK....... so I'll start the war...... there is no comparison between Chicago pizza and NY pizza. Grimaldi's pizza was good and tasty....... but I'm sorry to say, we will not be returning there. Overall experience was good.... don't get me wrong...... but what's with NY pizza? It was thin, soggy (wet is the better word), runny on top...... and hey! where was the cheese?? .... where was the green pepper??? (which they don't even offer as a choice)....... and the sausage?? Can we taste it, please?? We even order ""extra"" cheese and I asked the waitress if that's really what they called extra cheese...... to which she said ""yes""....... of course. So we paid an additional $2.00 for ""extra"" cheese and STILL could barely taste it. Sorry folks........ shoot the messenger on this one. Nice overall flavor with fresh ingredients....... but YOU CALL THAT PIZZA???? WE THINK NOT.
12/30/2007Provided by Citysearch -
12/08 revisit - this rapidly expanding pizzeria franchise originated in Brooklyn and currently operates 6 restaurants in Arizona and Las Vegas. We chose the white pizza with fresh tomatoes passing up the large salads that are offered on the menu. We chose the white pizza with garlic and added fresh tomatoes. The toppings have always been above average, but this time the elves got the crust right.
11/26/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I have been to many of the famous coal oven pizzerias in New York and was really excited when I saw that Grimaldi's was opening just around the corner from my house in Silverado Ranch. I went the first week they opened and was really disapointed. I was hoping it was just first week problems so I went back tonight now that they have been open a couple of months. First the wait for the pizza was horrible, there were maybe another three tables at most in the restaurant (never seems very busy) and we waited over 35 minutes for our pizza. The pizza is nothing like the Grimaldi's in New York, bland crust, tomatoes have no flavor and the mozzarella seems to dissapear into the sauce.
My hopes for a great NY style pizza were dashed, seems like Grimaldis has sold out to the chain concept.